Anthony Milford

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Anthony Milford
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Personal information
Born (1994-07-11) 11 July 1994 (age 25)
Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
Height177 cm (5 ft 9 12 in)
Weight92 kg (14 st 7 lb; 203 lb)
Playing information
Position Five-eighth, Halfback, Fullback
Club
YearsTeamPldTGFGP
2013–14 Canberra Raiders 42213292
2015– Brisbane Broncos 120433312250
Total162643614342
Representative
YearsTeamPldTGFGP
2013–19 Samoa 7210028
2014– Prime Minister's XIII 11004
2017–18 Queensland 20000
As of 19 July 2019
Source: [1] [2]

Anthony Milford (born 11 July 1994) is a Samoa international rugby league footballer who plays as a five-eighth or fullback for the Brisbane Broncos in the NRL. Milford is a Queensland State of Origin and Prime Minister's XIII representative and previously played for the Canberra Raiders.

Samoa national rugby league team rugby league team that represents Samoa in rugby league football

The Samoa national rugby league team represents Samoa in rugby league football and has been participating in international competition since 1986. Known as Western Samoa prior to 1997, the team is administered by Rugby League Samoa and are nicknamed Toa Samoa.

Rugby league Full-contact sport played by two teams of thirteen players on a rectangular field

Rugby league is a full-contact sport played by two teams of thirteen players on a rectangular field. One of the two codes of rugby, it originated in Northern England in 1895 as a split from the Rugby Football Union over the issue of payments to players. Its rules progressively changed with the aim of producing a faster, more entertaining game for spectators.

Five-eighth

Five-eighth or Stand-off is one of the positions in a rugby league football team. Wearing jersey number 6, this player is one of the two half backs in a team, partnering the scrum-half. Sometimes known as the pivot or second receiver, in a traditional attacking 'back-line'. play the five-eighth would receive the ball from the scrum half, who is the first receiver of the ball from the dummy-half or hooker following a tackle.

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Background

Milford was born in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia, and is of Samoan descent. [3] [4] He is the cousin of North Queensland Cowboys player Francis Molo. [5]

Samoans ethnic group

Samoans or Samoan people, are a Polynesian ethnic group native to the Samoan Islands, an archipelago in Polynesia, who speak the Samoan language. The group's home islands are politically and geographically divided between the Independent State of Samoa and American Samoa, an unincorporated territory of the United States of America. Though divided by government, the culture and language remain the same.

North Queensland Cowboys rugby league football club

The North Queensland Cowboys are an Australian professional rugby league football club based in Townsville, the largest city in North Queensland. They compete in Australia’s premier rugby league competition, the National Rugby League (NRL) premiership. Since their foundation in 1995, the club has appeared in three grand finals winning in 2015, and has reached the finals ten times. The team's management headquarters and home ground, the Willows Sports Complex, currently known as 1300SMILES Stadium due to sponsorship rights, are located in the Townsville suburb of Kirwan.

Francis Molo New Zealand-Australian rugby league player

Francis Molo is a Cook Islands international rugby league footballer who plays as a prop for the North Queensland Cowboys in the NRL. He previously played for the Brisbane Broncos.

Playing career

Early years

Milford began playing his junior rugby league for the Souths Juniors in Acacia Ridge. During his teenage years he attended Forest Lake State High School and St Peter Claver College in Ipswich, and was selected for the Queensland and Australian Under 15 Schoolboys in 2009. [6] While at the school he represented the Under 15 Queensland and Australian Schoolboys sides in 2009. [6] In 2010, Milford represented the Queensland Under 16s, while playing for Souths Logan Magpies. [7] Milford graduated from their rugby league program in 2011. [8] In 2012, Milford represented Queensland Under 18s, playing halfback in their 24-18 win over New South Wales.

Acacia Ridge, Queensland Suburb of Brisbane, Queensland, Australia

Acacia Ridge is a suburb of the City of Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. Acacia Ridge is 15 kilometres (9 mi) south of the central business district. It is within the local government area of City of Brisbane.

St Peter Claver College is a Roman Catholic co-educational secondary school located in the suburb of Riverview in Ipswich, Queensland, Australia. It was founded in 1976, on the traditional lands of the Ugarapul clan of the Yuggera Nation, and was named in honour of St Peter Claver, the Spanish Jesuit priest and patron saint of the slaves.

Ipswich, Queensland Suburb of Ipswich, Queensland, Australia

Ipswich is an urban region in south-east Queensland, Australia, which is located in the south-west of the Brisbane metropolitan area. Situated on the Bremer River, it is approximately 40 kilometres (25 mi) west of the Brisbane CBD. A local government area, the City of Ipswich has a population of 200,000. The city is renowned for its architectural, natural and cultural heritage. Ipswich preserves and operates from many of its historical buildings, with more than 6000 heritage-listed sites and over 500 parks. Ipswich began in 1827 as a mining settlement.

Milford joined the Canberra Raiders in 2012, leading their SG Ball side to the Grand Final, which they lost 42-20 to the Balmain Tigers. Later that year, at just 17 years old, [9] Milford debuted for the Raiders Under 20's team. Milford played 14 games, scoring 13 tries and helped the Raiders make the Grand Final, which they lost to the Wests Tigers 46-6. [10] [11] In September 2012, Milford was set to be named in the Junior Kiwis side to face the Junior Kangaroos, before he officially pledged his allegiance to his birth country of Australia. [3] [12] In November 2012, he was rewarded with a new contract at the Raiders, keeping him in Canberra until the end of 2014. [13] In December 2012, Milford was named in Queensland's 2013 Junior Emerging Origin Squad. [14]

Canberra Raiders rugby league football club

The Canberra Raiders are an Australian professional rugby league football club based in the national capital city of Canberra, Australian Capital Territory. They have competed in Australasia's elite rugby league competition, the National Rugby League (NRL) premiership since 1982. Over this period the club has won 3 premierships,, received 1 wooden spoon and had a total of 15 of its players selected to don the green and gold for Australia national rugby league team. The Raiders' current home ground is Canberra Stadium in Bruce, Australian Capital Territory. Previously, the team played home matches at Seiffert Oval in Queanbeyan, New South Wales, with the move to the AIS Stadium in Bruce taking place in 1990. The official symbol for the Canberra Raiders is the Viking. The Viking, also a mascot at Raiders' games, is known as Victor the Viking.

Balmain Tigers Australian rugby league team

The Balmain Tigers are a rugby league football club based in the inner-western Sydney suburb of Balmain. They were a founding member of the New South Wales Rugby League and one of the most successful in the history of the premiership, with eleven titles. In 1999 they formed a joint venture club with the neighbouring Western Suburbs Magpies club to form the Wests Tigers for competition in the National Rugby League (NRL). They no longer field any senior teams in the lower divisions. At the time of the joint venture only South Sydney Rabbitohs and the St George Dragons had won more titles than the Tigers.

Wests Tigers rugby league football club

The Wests Tigers are an Australian professional rugby league football merger club based in the contiguous regions of the Inner West and Western Sydney. They have competed in the National Rugby League since being formed at the end of the 1999 NRL season as a joint-venture club between the Balmain Tigers and the Western Suburbs Magpies.

Milford playing for the Queensland Under 20s team in 2013 ANTHONY MILFORD.jpg
Milford playing for the Queensland Under 20s team in 2013

2013

In 2013, Milford trained with the Raiders NRL squad in the pre-season, despite still having 2 years left of NYC eligibility. [15] In Round 5, Milford made his NRL debut for the Canberra Raiders against the Sydney Roosters, playing off the interchange bench in the Raiders 24-22 comeback win at Canberra Stadium. [16] In Round 10 against the Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks, Milford scored his first and second NRL career tries in the Raiders 30-20 loss at Remondis Stadium. [17] Milford was named captain and halfback of Queensland Under 20s State of Origin team, scoring a try in the 36-12 loss to the New South Wales Under 20s at Penrith Stadium. [18]

National Rugby League Australasian rugby league football competition

The National Rugby League (NRL) is a league of professional men's rugby league teams in Australia. Run by the Australian Rugby League Commission, the NRL's main competition is known as the Telstra Premiership due to sponsorship from Telstra and is contested by sixteen teams, fifteen of which are based in Australia with one based in New Zealand. It is the most viewed and attended rugby league club competition in the world.

Sydney Roosters rugby league football club

The Sydney Roosters is an Australian professional rugby league football club. They are based in the Eastern Suburbs of Sydney. The club competes in the National Rugby League (NRL) competition and is one of the oldest and most successful clubs. The Roosters have won fourteen New South Wales Rugby League (NSWRL) and National Rugby League titles, and several other competitions. Only the South Sydney Rabbitohs and the St George Dragons have won more premierships. The club holds the record for having the most wins and the second greatest margin of victory in a match in Australian rugby league history, and has won more minor premierships than any other club. The Roosters is one of only two clubs to finish runners-up in its inaugural season. The Eastern Suburbs DRLFC is the only club to have played in each and every season at the elite level, and since the 1970s has often been dubbed the "glamour club" of the league. Coached by Trent Robinson along with captains Boyd Cordner and Jake Friend, the Roosters play their home games at the Sydney Cricket Ground.

Canberra Stadium facility primarily used for rugby league and rugby union games

The Canberra Stadium, known also as Bruce Stadium is a facility primarily used for rugby league, soccer and rugby union games, located adjacent to the Australian Institute of Sport in Canberra, the capital of Australia. The GIO Stadium Canberra is the largest sports venue by capacity in Canberra.

On 31 August, Milford and Canberra Raiders teammate Josh Papalii were fined by the club for an alleged drinking incident two days before the Raiders 50-16 loss to the New Zealand Warriors. [19] Milford finished his debut season in the NRL being named the Raiders Rookie of the Year with him playing in 18 matches and scoring 9 tries. Milford was a nominee for the Rookie of the Year. [20] Milford played for Samoa national rugby league team in the 2013 Rugby League World Cup, playing in all of their 4 matches, scoring 1 try and kicking 9 goals. Milford made his Samoan international debut against New Zealand at fullback kicking 2 goals in Samoa's 42-24 loss at Halliwell Jones Stadium. [21] Milford scored his first international try against France in Samoa's 22-6 win. [22] Following the World Cup, On 27 November 2013, Milford signed a 2-year contract (worth $900,000) with the Brisbane Broncos for the 2015 and 2016 seasons, due to family reasons. [23] [24]

Josh Papalii New Zealand rugby league player

Josh Papalii is a professional rugby league footballer who plays as a second-row, lock and prop for the Canberra Raiders in the NRL. He is Queensland, Australian and Samoan international and Prime Minister's XIII representative.

New Zealand Warriors rugby league football club

The New Zealand Warriors are a professional rugby league football club based in Auckland, New Zealand that competes in the National Rugby League (NRL) premiership and is the League's only team from outside Australia. They were formed in 1995 as the Auckland Warriors, and are officially known as the Vodafone Warriors for sponsorship reasons. The Warriors are coached by Stephen Kearney and captained by Roger Tuivasa-Sheck. They are based at Mt Smart Stadium in the Auckland suburb of Penrose. They represent New Zealand, United States, Asia, and the Pacific Islands.

The 2013 NRL season was the 106th season of professional rugby league club competition in Australia. The National Rugby League's main competition, named the 2013 Telstra Premiership after major sponsors Telstra Corporation, was contested by sixteen teams during the regular season, which lasted from March to September, and resulted in the top eight finishing teams, who went on to contest the finals. The season culminated in the Grand Final, in which the Sydney Roosters defeated the Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles 26-18 to win their first NRL premiership since 2002.

2014

Early in the 2014 NRL season, Milford was being pursued by the Canberra Raiders, Coach Ricky Stuart was keen to keep him in the Nation's Capital however Milford decided to stick with the contract he signed in 2013 to join the Brisbane Broncos. In May, Milford was named for the Queensland under 20s squad to play against the New South Wales under 20s, Milford played at five-eighth in QLD’s 30-8 loss at Penrith Stadium. [25] [26] In June, Milford was named in the QLD Maroons 22 man squad for Game 2 to be selected for the final interchange bench spot but New Zealand Warriors Forward Jacob Lillyman ended up being selected for the final spot over Milford. [27] [28] Milford finished the 2014 NRL season with him playing 23 matches, scoring 12 tries, kicking 3 goals and kicking 2 field goals in his last year with the Raiders. On 9 September 2014, Milford was selected in the Australia Kangaroos 2014 Four Nations train-on squad, but later didn't make the final 24-man squad. [29] On 12 October 2014, Milford played at five-eighth for Prime Minister's XIII against Papua New Guinea, scoring a try in the 34-16 win at Kokopo. [30]

2015

On 21 January 2015, Milford was named in the Broncos 2015 Auckland Nines squad. [31] In Round 1 of the 2015 NRL season, Milford made his club debut for the Broncos at five-eighth against the South Sydney Rabbitohs in the Broncos 36-6 loss at Suncorp Stadium. [32] In Round 5 against the Gold Coast Titans, Milford scored his first and second club tries for the Broncos in the 26-16 win at Robina Stadium. [33] On 4 October 2015, Milford played in the Broncos 2015 NRL Grand Final match against the North Queensland Cowboys, playing at five-eighth in the heartbreaking 17-16 golden point extra time loss. [34] [35] He finished off the 2015 season having played in all the Broncos' 27 matches, scoring 13 tries, kicking 3 goals and kicking 3 field goals. [36]

2016

On 12 January, Milford was selected in the QAS Emerging Maroons squad. [37] On 4 February 2016, Milford, along with eight other members of the Queensland Emerging squad were banned from Queensland State of Origin selection for 12 months after breaking team curfew. [38] In Round 4 against the North Queensland Cowboys, in the Grand Final rematch, Milford kicked a field goal from 40 metres out to win the match for the Broncos 21-20 in golden point extra time, a redemption victory for the Broncos after last year's heartbreaking 2015 Grand Final extra time loss. [39] In Round 7 against the Newcastle Knights, Milford scored his first career hat-trick in a masterful performance in the Broncos 53-0 flogging win at Suncorp Stadium. [40] On 20 September 2016, Milford was added to the Australia Kangaroos 2016 Four Nations train-on squad but later make the final 24-man squad. [41] On 28 September 2016, Milford won the Peter Frilingos Headline Moment of the Year award at the Dally M Awards, his match winning field goal in golden point extra time in Round 4 in the Grand Final rematch against the North Queensland Cowboys. [42] Milford finished his solid 2016 NRL season with him playing in all of the Broncos 26 matches, scoring 14 tries, kicking 8 goals and kicking 4 field goals.

2017

In February, Milford was selected in the Broncos 2017 NRL Auckland Nines squad. [43] In Round 8, Milford was instrumental in the controversial 25-24 win over the South Sydney Rabbitohs, with a controversial try assist and a dubious 25 metre field goal. After the match, Tony Archer admitted the referees should have called held when Milford failed to ground the ball. [44] On 5 May 2017, Milford extended his contract with the Broncos to the end of the 2021, with him set to the be the first Million Dollar Bronco after the Melbourne Storm were keen to lure him away from Brisbane. [45] On 6 May 2017, Milford played for Samoa in the test against England, starting at five-eighth, scoring a try and kicking 1 goal in the 30-10 loss at Campbelltown Stadium. [46] [46] Due to main Queensland playmaker Johnathan Thurston sidelined with injury, Milford beat the likes of Michael Morgan, Daly Cherry-Evans and Cameron Munster to the vacant halves spot for Game 1 of the 2017 State of Origin series. [47] On 31 May 2017, Milford his State of Origin debut for Queensland at five-eighth, showing some dazzling footwork and strong defence before taken off the field in the 53rd minute due to a concussion in the 28-4 loss at Suncorp Stadium against New South Wales. [48] [49] In Round 14 against the South Sydney Rabbitohs, Milford a suffered a shoulder injury during the Broncos 24-18 win at Suncorp Stadium, and was expected to be sidelined for 6 weeks but returned early in Round 19 against the Newcastle Knights, scoring a try in the 34-22 win at Hunter Stadium. [50] [51] [52] Milford finished the 2017 NRL season with him playing in 23 matches, scoring 7 tries and kicking 21 goals for the Broncos. Milford who was in frame for either Australia or Samoa missed the 2017 Rugby League World Cup due to his shoulder injury. [53]

2018

In Game 1 of the 2018 State of Origin series, Milford was a late inclusion on the interchange bench after the retiring seasoned fullback Billy Slater was ruled out through injury and Michael Morgan filled in his vacant spot in the Maroons 22-12 loss at Melbourne Cricket Ground. [54] [55] On 23 June 2018, Milford played for Samoa against Tonga in the 2018 Polynesian Cup, playing at fullback and co-captaining the team alongside Joseph Leilua in the 38-22 loss at Campbelltown Stadium. [56] [57] Milford finished the 2018 NRL season with him playing in 25 matches, scoring 6 tries and kicking 1 field goal for the Broncos. On 6 October 2018, Milford was awarded with the Paul Morgan Medal as the Broncos Player of the Year. [58]

2019

For the first 14 rounds of the season Milford started at 5/8. In round 15 he swapped positions with captain Darius Boyd and moved to fullback in the Broncos game against the Newcastle Knights.

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